San Diego, California - The San Diego Chargers announced Monday they have placed safeties Eric Weddle (groin) and Darrell Stuckey (knee), tight end Ladarius Green (ankle) and nose tackle Sean Lissemore (shoulder) on “Reserve-Injured.”

Weddle, Stuckey and Green were all injured during last Thursday night’s game in Oakland, while Lissemore had been inactive the last four games due to his injury. They’ll be replaced on the active roster by tight end Sean McGrath and safety Matt Daniels, both of whom are being elevated from the team’s practice squad.

Weddle finishes his season as the team’s leading tackler in the secondary with 75 stops to go along with nine passes defensed. Stuckey had two special teams tackles before being injured, which raised his season total to eight, second-most on the squad. Green, meanwhile, finishes his year fifth on the squad with 37 catches, good for 429 yards and four touchdowns. And Lissemore’s season ends with 17 tackles.

McGrath is a 6-5, 259-pound second-year tight end from Henderson State. He spent the previous five weeks on the Bolts’ practice squad. Daniels is a 6-0, 212-pound third-year safety from Duke who spent a total of three weeks with the Chargers on their practice squad this season. McGrath wears No. 84 while Daniels wears No. 30.

The Chargers also re-signed guards Craig Watts and Michael Huey to the practice squad.